Page presents at Symposium of Academic Resilience in Higher Education

Nate Page, Counseling Psychologist, delivered two presentations at the University of Pennsylvania as part as the first annual Symposium of Academic Resilience in Higher Education (SARHE). This symposium was created under…

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Nate Page, Counseling Psychologist, delivered two presentations at the University of Pennsylvania as part as the first annual Symposium of Academic Resilience in Higher Education (SARHE). This symposium was created under the Resilience Consortium, which is an association of faculty, professionals, and students in higher education who are interested in understanding and promoting student resilience. A report of the symposium program is available here and selected materials (slides, handouts, videos) are available on the Resilience Consortium Website. Nate’s presentations included a Show and Tell Session entitled, “This Is Me” Music Video from the Carleton Phoenix Project and a special concurrent session at the end of the symposium entitled, Developing Our Own Resilience to Perfectionism and Shame as Faculty and Staff Members